Teenagers and Young Adults
Support for teenagers and young adults with disability as they enter their adult years.
Navigating the journey together
Typical adolescence involves developing a sense of identity, establishing relationships and gaining independence. But for teenagers with disability, appearance, medical conditions, physical and learning challenges can make them feel different from their peers. Leaving school and entering adulthood is a big step for anyone, but for youth with disability and their families, it can be particularly daunting.
We work to make these key life transitions positive experiences by helping teenagers and young adults with disability navigate challenges, explore their options and participate in the activities that bring joy and purpose.
How We Can Help
We offer comprehensive therapy services for teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual, neurological and physical disabilities. Our experienced therapists work collaboratively to help teenagers with disability achieve their goals and live their best life.
Our services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual and can be provided at home, school, in our clinics, in community settings and online via teletherapy.
Our therapists not only work with the person who has a disability, they also work with the key people in their life. This includes family, carers, educators and other health professionals. We work to empower these people by providing practical advice and strategies that they can use in everyday life, routines and experiences.
Our services include support for:
- Developing social skills and relationships
- Increasing independence
- Daily living skills (e.g. routines and chores)
- Sensory and emotional regulation (e.g. managing emotions)
- Mobility and movement (e.g. fine/gross motor skills, coordination, fitness)
- Self-care (e.g. toileting, washing, hygiene)
- Community access and participation
- Post school options
Our Specialist Services
Continence and Toilet Training
Support for bladder and bowel health issues, incontinence and toileting challenges.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Communication systems and solutions for people with complex communication needs.
We believe that team work is vital to achieving positive outcomes.
Our teams of therapists work collaboratively, sharing knowledge and skills across disciplines to ensure your child gets the best possible support.
Our therapy teams include:
Accessing our services
State-Funded Disability Services
We’re a contracted provider for the WA State Government’s Department for Communities, Disability Services.
As a registered provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, we can help you make the most of your NDIS Plan.
Fee for Service
Not eligible for government funding? We can provide a customised quote based on your needs. Private health rebates apply to some services.
How we work
We take a transdisciplinary approach to service delivery and use a Key Worker model to ensure the people we work with have one main contact, but access to a network of therapists.